NEET Result 2018 – How to Check NEET Exam Result Online

Central Board of Secondary education will announce national Eligibility cum Entrance Test result on June 5th, 2018. Candidates who have qualified the exam will be eligible for MMBS and BDS admission in different medical and dental colleges.

NEET result, score-card, and rank can be quickly checked in the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education. Candidates who appeared for the exam will be able to check their result, rank, and scores online. One should enter the Roll number and Date of Birth to log-in. The Counselling of NEET 2018 will take place after the results are out and that will be arranged for 15% all India quota will be organized by MCC. For a state quota, state authority will have to organize the counseling.

CBSE is only responsible for conducting the exam and declaring the results of NEET. The Counselling is done by All India Rank to DGHS, and this is done for All India quota and even the state seats. The date for the NEET exam is 6th May 2018. All details of the exam and result are only available on the official website of CBSE.

NEET Result 2018

Candidates must keep their roll number and date of birth handy. The roll number and date of birth must match the Admit Card of the NEET 2018.

NEET candidates must click on the NEET 2018 Result link or can go to the official website of Here there is a link which shows a link to text NEET(UG) Result. Candidates will find their results in this link.

Now on this login page, one will be able to see the NEET 2018 result. One must enter the roll number and date of birth to know the result.

Then the candidate can see the rank card or the score-card. The candidate should download the scorecard or the rank card, and this is very important for counseling.

How to Check NEET Exam Results Online?

Check out the complete guide to get your NEEt results online

  • Open the official website of CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)
  • Click on the result link
  • Enter your Roll Number, Date of Birth or Name
  • Press Submit button
  • The result will appear on screen
  • Take print outs for future references

NEET Exam Result Date

From the latest news, CBSE will publish NEET exam results on 5th July 2018.

Details in the NEET Result or Score Card are as follows:

  • Application number
  • Aadhar Number
  • Roll Number
  • Candidate Name
  • Nationality
  • Date of Birth
  • Father Name
  • Mother Name
  • Gender
  • Category
  • Sub Category
  • Marks secured in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology
  • Total marks
  • Percentile Score
  • NEET All India Rank
  • NEET All India Quota Rank
  • State Quota Rank
  • Category Rank
  • Date of Declaration of the result.


The machine checks the answer sheets very carefully and with proper scrutiny.

There is no system for re-checking the answer sheets.

The board has mentioned that if there is any request for re-evaluation, then that will not be entertained.

Tie Breaking marks in Inter se Merit

If there are equal marks scored by two or more candidates then the merit of such applicants will be considered as per the following preferences:

  • Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology
  • Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry.
  • Applicants who attempted less wrong answers in each subject.
  • Applicants who are older will be preferred more.


Merit List of the Candidates who will be qualified will be eligible for 15% All India Quota Seats, and this list will be prepared by CBSE. The List is prepared by the board based on the marks obtained in the examination. The length of the merit list will be longer than the seats available for the 15% successful candidates under All India Quota. The waiting list will be four times bigger than the merit list. If the situation arises the waiting list or the merit list for NEET will be prepared by the Directorate General of the Health Services. Now, this joint list of merit and waiting candidates will be sent to the Medical Examination Cell (DGHS) under Government of India Ministry of Health for allotting the seats by a system of online counselling keeping in mind the 15% Quota.

Cut-off percentile

For Other and General candidates, the cut-off percentage will be 50% and for SC/ST/OBC/OBC PH/Other PH/SC PH/ST PH the cut-off will range from 45-40% marks.

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